Reviews and Problems with Apple iPod Shuffle / 4th Generation 2010
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Sandy L. Beyer "Sandra Quinlivan", Amazon
25 May 2014
Summary: The shuffle seemed perfect for me. I could plug it in my car aux outlet & play my favorite songs. It had a very short life span. I'll give it the benefit of the doubt & say Maybe it was the Aux port or cord. It just wasn't that important. I stick to talk radio or CDs now.
Small, light, sounds good when it works, but over all it's not worth the aggravation.
14 November 2013
Summary: I rue the day I bought an apple product and allowed it to change all of my MP3 files to M4a which in incompatible with anything except iPod. I liked that it is one of the smallest on the market and great for running, and it does sound good when it works. The real problem is that it kills the battery if you plug it into your computer to charge and you don't actually monitor or use your computer.
Summary: I was really excited to receive this product and when it arrived I downloaded everything from my old Ipod nano. But after trying to play a podcast I realized one fatal flaw, the Ipod can not skip a podcast so if I am not interested at the moment to listen to agriculture today well too bad.
Summary: I am getting ready to send back my SECOND shuffle after I already had the first one replaced. Both units stopped working after one run with them. Any type of moisture around this unit will cause it to stop working. Both units would not play songs and could not be recognized by my computer when I plugged them back in. My older generation shuffle never had this issue so Apple dropped the ball on this newer version.